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judicious (adj.)
showing sound judgement; prudent
jud
Judges always have to be judicious to sucessfuly do there jobs.
adjudicate (v.)
to hear and judge a case
jud
For a judges job they must adjudicate.
astute (adj.)
shrewd; keen; smart
scrut
The detectives in csi are astute in solving the crimes.
Scrutinize (v.)
to examine carefully
scrut
The boy was smart to scrutinize his opponent before the match.
Perjure (v.)
To lie under oath
per, jur
The man was accused of committing perjury when there was proof against what he had said previously.
Prudent (adj.)
using good judgement
per
It is not prudent to commit perjury.